Country of origin
Concentrated in August, but sporadically detectable from June to September.
Flower nectar of Stachys officinalis T. and other plant species in non-majority quantities. Stachys is a velvety herbaceous plant, 15 to 60 cm high, with oblong leaves and white flowers.
Honey extraction from honeycombs (not containing brood) with closed cells, therefore with humidity ≤ 18%: removal, uncapping, centrifugation and decantation of honey, then potting. Intact packaging without rust spots, bearing labels showing the indications required by the law in force, including the identification of the production batch. No GMOs are present and no ionizing treatments are applied.
It crystallizes slowly after about 3 months of harvest, however the presence of extremely refined crystals makes it a creamy rather than solid.
From white to very light amber color, in the crystallization of cooked cream color.
Highly intense smell, with herbaceous traces.
Intense and very particular taste, albeit delicate. The sweetness is accentuated by the pasty texture which gives way to distinct and acute references to wild fields blooming pink and purple colors. Quite persistent.
Product abuse (more than 60 g per day) is not recommended. Allergy sufferers with high allergy occurrences (in particular hay allergy to Graminaceae, Cupressaceae, Betulaceae, Salicaceae, Fagaceae, etc.) should avoid the intake of any hive product, including honey, due to potential allergenic pollen contamination. Keep out of the reach children under the age of 3.
Recommendations for use
Its peculiarities make it an excellent tasting honey, especially good as it is but also on supports that allow you to fully appreciate its lightness, such as not very tasty baked foods. Traditional Medicine gives it slightly astringent, remineralizing, antiseptic properties.
It fears heat and humidity. Store in a cool dry place, away from direct light.
MiPAAF certified organic product, Inspected operator no. 44913.